DreamHack is a large event known esports, concerts, and other forms of digital art. It is recognized worldwide for its exceptional organization, production, and quality of entertainment. This year, DreamHack hosted Halo 5 for the first time at their Atlanta event for the Halo Championship Series Pro League Summer Season Finals.
There was a massive turnout of teams with 93 total showing up to compete. This was a huge step for Halo esports bringing in the most competitors and most live viewers Halo has had since its MLG days. Online viewership peaked at 20,255 viewers during the grand finals between Splyce and Optic Gaming.
Here's Strongside with the video recap of DHATL:
-STR8 Rippin will not be in the next season of the Pro League after losing their spot to Oxygen Supremacy.
-Oxygen Supremacy was the first team in history to relegate a Pro League team from the open circuit.
-This was the first time Optic Gaming had made it to the grand finals through the losers' bracket.
-This was the first time Optic didn't face off against EnVyUs for the top spot.
-Splyce has the youngest roster in all of the HCS Pro League with Shotzzy and Renegade being 16 years old.
Here is the schedule for upcoming HCS events for this year:
Keep tuning in to Twitch.tv/halo or Mixer.com/halo to watch the competitive Halo action. Follow @HCS and @halo on Twitter to keep up with updates in the competitive scene.
Source: Halo Waypoint